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  1. They've just announce a remake to Dead Space, thou I don't know if its the entire trilogy. However since Viseral Games doesn't exist anymore I highly doubt its gonna be major improvement.
  2. Got two of the best platinum's on the PS3 and their quite the achievement for me. #66 Trophy of Zeus God of War No, this is not the 2018 reboot but the original God of War from 2005. I got this from the God of War Saga collection from 2012, which is one of the first PS3 game I got. Probably should have gotten this as a my 75th Milestone but its been a while since I got a GoW Platinum and this one was pretty close to completion. I knew the only two trophies that would give me a hassle was the I'll Take the Physical Challenge for Beating all the Challenge of the Gods, and the Speed of Jason McDonald for beating the game in less than 5 hours. At first I though this was almost impossible as it took me over 9 hours to beat the game the first time, and the Temple of Pandora just seems to go on forever. But by playing it on easy and skipping most of the chests, I beat it with 25 minutes to spare. The challenges of the Gods is also very difficult as you have to do all 10 challenges in one go, and #8 and #10 are just insane, but I finally got it. It funny though, looking back at this and Resident Evil 4, games from 2005 certain are a time capsule from a non-PC age, long before Twitter and Twitch caught on. Also some of the dialogue from them are abit cringy. #67 The Final Frontier Dead Space 2 Just when I though the I'll Take the Physical Challenge was a difficult trophy, up comes Dead Space 2 with the Hard to the Core trophy for beating it on Hard Core difficulty WITH ONLY THREE SAVES. That was the really challenge as the game is quite long as it has 15 chapters. At first I followed AnimeDreama trophy guide and divide each of my saves every 5 chapters, but this clearly didn't work as most of the challenging sections are on the later half of the game. It was very demotivated every time you die, as you would lost 1 or even 2 hours of progress. And sometimes you would die from some BS moment, like those free fall section or the elevator, but it was the Mines and the Government sector that was the most challenging. It wasn't so much that you ran out of ammo, its more of the fact you can get overwhelm so easier with all the enemies heading your way. But I was determine, I restarted the game, made my first save in chapter 7 and used the last two for those challenging parts, and with some help from speed runner TheEpicBoss95 who showed me the best approach for those challenging sections, I was able to beat the game! Screw Altman, all praise the Contact Beam for being the best weapon for beating the final boss easily, and when that platinum trophy pop, I felt huge relief as I completed one of the most challenging platinum I got in a long time. Its been a while since I felt this huge sense of accomplishment, but now I'm all worn out, probably just gonna go easy for abit, but this one is definitely going to the cabinet. If your up for a real challenge, then charge up your plasma cutter and get ready to wreck all of Titan Station.
  3. Currently doing the Hardcore run on Dead Space 2. Man is it stressful! If only there were one more save count.

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      Isaac: "Stick around. I'm full of bad ideas."

  4. Yeah, There are a few games that come to mind. Batman: Arkham Origins: I did manage to get all the online trophies for this game, the requirements for them are absolutely insane that it is impossible to get them legit. Also who thought that having multiplayer in a Batman game was a good idea? DOOM Eternal: While Doom 2016 was fine with its multiplayer matches, Eternal has the infuriated Battle mode where if your the Slayer, your outnumbered and usually outmatch by the opposing demons. So killing 200 players takes alot longer than it should be. Mad Max: Just when I started playing it, I was shocked to learned that this single-player game needed an online connection for some functions to work, such as the 'Up to the Task' Trophy that required an online connection for your scrap crew to work. Dam. Overwatch: Yes I know this is a multiplayer game, but I used to love this game when it first came out. However Blizzard update the game so much that the matchmaking is so annoying that even choosing an offensive character is difficult due to the character limit for each classes. So now the rest of the trophies are harder to get.
  5. Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality. Yeah, its a Bossa Studio game, you know what you're getting in to. Though its still a lot of fun if you got a VR.
  6. First three Platinum's of the year, and there all pretty good; #63 Living Legend Ghost of Tsushima Easily one of the best game of 2020, Ghost of Tsushima is a fun, challenging and compelling game with great characters and an interesting story. At first I though the combat was going to be quite difficult to learn like other samurai games like For Honor or Sekiro; Shadow Die Twice. Fortunately Sucker Punch remembered to make the gameplay pretty basic without making it too easy like the Infamous series and Ghost does hold your hand a few times, like reminding you to use the right stances when fighting certain enemies. This game has a fairly easier trophy list as there are no online or grinding trophies and one thing I find absolutely ingenious is how finding collectibles is so easy, normally you would rely on your map to find them, but the golden birds will show you were the nearest collectable is if your in their area. The wind gust is a brilliant idea too as it tells you the direction of any objective you've mark on the map without ruining the immersion. Heck the only flaw of the game is that the main story is too long as you have to liberate each three regions and you usually get distracted by all side quests and the amazing scenery. This is one of the most gorgeous game on the PS4, it makes the photo mode so satisfying's, heck the first trophy I got was for going into photo mode. If you want a easy and very satisfying game, then look no further than Ghost of Tsushima. I don't know what else to say that hasn't been said about this game, but it should have won game of the year for sure. #64 Platinum Trophy Star Wars Battlefront 2 From one of the most enjoyable platinum to one of the most painful platinum I've ever got. The grind for this game is extensive, second only to Killzone Shadow Fall's multiplayer as that game was much more challenging. This game is so painful because of how little XP you get per matches, unless your playing co-op mode or on the weekend for the double XP (Wednesday has triple XP) then you better get ready for a long platinum journey. While I was glad that this game has a lot more content that the last Battlefront game, its single-player campaign is decent at best and is just enough to keep me interest. Also this is technically the first Star Wars video game platinum I got, so that's a start. Now that I've got it done thou, I have no desire to return to this game, but if you like multiplayer game, and alot of grinding, then this game might be for you. #65 All Roads Traveled Life is Strange 2 Well this is certainly different from the previous two games of the series, as instead of a school teen drama, this one is more of a hero's journey scenario expect you're not the one with the super powers but you do teach them of what's right and wrong. I won't spoil this game for you as it is generally really good, and I do like the story arc, its just one of those point and click adventure game where you got to think before you act as there are repercussions. I don't know if I'll get the third installment that just got announce, but like the Tell Tale games, this is a pretty easy platinum to get, especially with a collectible guide, and after the last two games, I really needed something quick and easy.
  7. Got a great Birthday Present!
  8. Definitely Crypt of the NecroDancer. Although I've never played it personally, but the fact that its a dungeon crawler with a rhyme pace movement just sound extreme tedious. And the fact it has a completion rate of only 2.0% on PSN.
  9. I don't know if this rumor is bullshit, but I certainly hope its bullshit.